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#265195 - 12/04/08 12:02 PM Re: Still having nightmares [Re: king tut]
steveb121 Offline
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Registered: 01/02/01
Posts: 157
Loc: Swindon, UK

#265198 - 12/04/08 12:10 PM Re: Still having nightmares [Re: steveb121]
king tut Offline

Registered: 02/13/08
Posts: 2469
Loc: UK
hey thanks! i will read through that

"...until lambs become lions"

I love you, little lewis, and i will never leave you. We are the same. You brighten my day, and i will make sure that i brighten yours. Hugs and kisses.

#265213 - 12/04/08 01:18 PM Re: Still having nightmares [Re: steveb121]
blueshift Offline

Registered: 01/21/08
Posts: 1242
Loc: infinity
Thanks Steve! I have tried some of those ideas but not all of them. Maybe that dream journal thing might b worth a try!

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#265298 - 12/04/08 09:53 PM Re: Still having nightmares [Re: blueshift]
dgoods Offline

Registered: 10/15/07
Posts: 622
Loc: Richmond area
Thanks Steve-
Once again, wonderful to see and have yet more resources for support, from someone who understands. It can't be anything but good, to have as many of us as vocal and proactive as possible; the overriding theme (which crtainly applied to me upon stumbling across MS) which strikes me, is how relieved newcomers are to realize they aren't alone...

I'd be lying if i said i didn't still have a long way to go, but at least today i understand that (for myself, at least) it's important to attempt to maintain a clear vision of "the balancing act" of realism; one the one hand, i can be far crueller and unforgiving, of the person i happen to be today- yet also leap instantaneously, emotionally speaking, to a position of sourness, bitterness, self-righteousness, and "professional victimhood" which helps no one, especially myself. It can be a tangled knot, indeed; but thanks to the help i've found here, i no longer feel like my only options are to ignore it entirely, or to choose an ultimately unsatisfactory Gordian approach....
We must be gentle, yet firm, with ourselves i think.

Give sorrow words: the grief that does not speak
Whispers the o'er-fraught heart and bids it break.

-William Shakespeare, Macbeth, Act IV, Sc. III

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